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a visit from first lady michelle obama last week. >>> a marin running company will hold a special run tonight in honor of those affected by the boston marathon bombings. runners will leave from ross common park at 6:45 for the 2.5- mile run. they will wear blue and yellow in honor of the marathon's official colors. >>> we'll have continuing coverage of the boston marathon bombings right here on kpix 5 and kpix.com. >>> following the events in boston, san francisco's police chief is floating this idea around: put security cameras on market street. they would be used to monitor big public events and even parades. kpix 5 reporter elissa to it and joins nowiookg more. >> reporter: policeeg hr wants cameras along market street because so many of the city's big events happen right here. for example, new year's eve celebrations, the giants parade after they won the world series, the pride parade are just a few of the events that have brought huge crowds to market street. there are already private cameras along here. but chief suhr wants more. at a roundtable meeting today he planned to sugg
the twin bombings and the shut down during the manhunt. at the white house president obama said boston's residents and police acted with resolve and bravery. >> because of their determined efforts we've closed an important chapter in this tragedy. >> it is not clear when authorities will be able to interrogate tsarnaev. police say he is in serious condition and not communicating. >> the investigators continue their search for answers. they want to know w these two brothersldhoific terrorist act f they had any help. back to you. >> thanks. local and federal investigators are now still trying to determine whether the two brothers had any help in their bombing plot. more information is coming out about those two brothers. a cousin says each brother was very different. the younger a smart and sweet kid, the older got into trouble. that cousin said he warned 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev that his older brother was a bad influence. >> from russia, the suspect's father insists his sons are innocent. he called his younger son a true angle studying medicine. >> someone framed them. i don't kn
from president obama in boston as he pays tribute to victims and survivors of the marathon explosions. >> i'm here today on behalf of the american people with a simple message: every one of us has been touched by this attack on your beloved city. every one of us stands with you. because after all, it's our beloved city, too. >> the president acknowledged that it will be a feat to rebound from this tragedy but assures the country boston will run again. investigators are making progress on the case. a key piece of evidence is found in surveillance video that shows a possible suspect near the site of the second blast. cbs reporter adriana diaz on what else police are doing to zero in on that man. >> reporter: president obama delivered a rousing tribute to the victims of the bonnie boswell marathon bombings at the historic cathedral of the holy cross. >> we'll all be with you as you learn to stand, walk and yes run again. of that i have no doubt you will run again. [ applause ] >> reporter: the first lady and dignitaries including former massachusetts governor mitt romney joined the pres
:34 now. president obama planning to visit boston today to pay tribute to victims of the marathon bombings on monday. the death toll from monday's explosion remains at three with more than 170 injured including some who had to have their limbs amputated. surveillance video appears to be the focus of the investigation now and as susan mcginnis reports, images show at least one suspicious man just before the explosions. >>> reporter: the scene of the second bomb that went off during monday's boston marathon may give us our first look at the suspected bomber. sources tell cbs news that security cameras at a lord & taylor store captured a man leaving a bag in the area just before the blast. the suspect is described as a young white man seen carrying a backpack and talking on a cell phone. sources say he was wearing a black jacket, a gray hoodie and white baseball cap turned backwards on his head. just after the first bomb went off, the suspect left the scene. moments later, the second bomb detonated. investigators are also looking at cell phone records hoping to match one of the calls to the m
, the obama administration could step in and make adjustments and a lot of people hinting that politics are already being played. several people from the obama administration are saying pressure the faa. tell them you want them to find a different way to balance their budgets. it doesn't have to be by putting these workers on furlough. they could tighten their other budget considerations. we'll see what happens when it really gets busy. ken bastida, kpix 5. >>> the next time you're getting ready to travel, you can check the status of your flight on our website, kpix.com. >>> federal officials are delaying a policy that would allow small knives, bats and other sports equipment on planes. the tsa says that the policy change has been delayed to accommodate feedback from an advisory committee made up of aviation industry, consumer and law enforcement officials. the change was to go into effect thursday. >>> coming up in our next half hour, another terror plot this time targeting mass transit. where the suspects allegedly planned to bomb a train and their ties to al qaeda. >> everyone that s
. >>> president obama will head to texas to visit the town where a deadly explosion happened last week. a fertilizer plant blew up in west, texas killing 14 people and destroying about 50 homes. more than 200 people were injured. on thursday, mr. obama will view the damage and then attend a memorial service at a college in nearby waco. >>> 4:48 now. more earnings reports will come out today including apple, at&t and delta airlines. nearly one-third of the companies in the s&p will report the results by the end of the week. the reports have been pretty good so far. on wall street the dow reversed its early slide and gained 19 points yesterday. nasdaq climbed 27. >>> your automated teller machines, atms, might become more versatile soon. some of the nation's largest banks are testing machines to let customers actually have a live video chat with the teller and receive exact changes. the new atms will also allow you to split deposits between accounts and make loan and edit card payments, as well. > your ne purchase could cost you more. a proposed sales tax would demand online retailers wi
break in the case came just hours after president obama delivered a rousing speech to the bombing victims and to the city of boston itself at a service. [ applause ] >> reporter: president obama came to boston with an inspirational message for the victims of the marathon bombings including those who lost limbs in the attack. >> we will all be with you as you learn to stand and walk and, yes, run again. of that i have no doubt, you will run again. [ applause ] >> reporter: the first lady and former massachusetts governor mitt romney were among the dignitaries who joined the president at the historic cathedral of the holy cross. thesident said the dy attack did not intimidate the city of boston. >> it should be pretty clear by now that they picked the wrong city to do it. not here in boston. visited witharathon volunteers and thanked them for helping victims at the bombing site. after the fbi posted images of those two suspects on their website, they had a record number of hits. in fact, at one point the website even crashed. we have one other tidbit of information to share with you
. president obama vowed to find and bring to justice whoever is responsible. jonathan elias of our cbs boston station wbz was there on boylston street when the bombs went off. jonathan? >> scott, i was 30 feet away from that initial blast and we were filming people coming across the finish line for what should have been an end of a jubilant race. i mean, they were ecstatic. people were raising their arms up in the air, my producer, my photographer, myself, we are high-fiving these guys and just cheering them on and then a second later the bomb went off. when that first bomb went off we held our ground not knowing what had just happened and then seconds later the second bomb went off and that's when we knew exactly what was going on. we ran toward the scene of the initial blast as everyone else was running away trying to get out and off of boylston street. police officers down the street were holding up their hands and stopping some 9,000 runners still on the track telling them the race was over, they can't come down boylston and the carnage that was left on the sidewalk is forever burned in m
detonation. but they are still unclear how the bombs were set off. president obama promised federal help for victims and their families. >> any responsible individuals, any responsible groups, will feel the full weight of justice. >> reporter: sources tell cbs news that a man is being detained and police are questioning him. but he is not being called a suspect. investigators are also looking at surveillance tape and other images of the scene before and after the explosion to try to piece together what happened and who might be responsible. now, in response to what's played out here in boston, other major cities are now beefing up their own security. in fact, london is slated to host its own marathon this coming sunday. they are now taking a second look at their security. reporting live in boston. back to you. >> investigators are still coming every square inch of boston. a senior u.s. intelligence official says as many as two unexploded bombs turned up at the end of the course and were safely disarmed. another device turned out not to be a bo
penalty if convicted. president obama called both the fbi and boston police to praise their coordination. live in boston, adriana diaz. back to you, juliette. >>> and there was a big smile on aaron hern's face today. ty brandon moss and right fi der reddstopped by to see how he was doing. aaron's classmates wanted to make sure he knows they've got his back. they sent him this get well video on youtube. the teacher took the camera room to room, with kids offering signs of encouragement. >>> it's no secret. san francisco has long struggled with the issue of homelessness. >> now the city is blaming another state for adding to the problem. who is accused of giving poor mentally ill patients a one-way ticket to the bay. >>> and they're high-tech, wealthy and they claim to be eco-friendly. the bay area area cities that are vying for the title of biggest water hogs. >>> this is the genetic twin of the stump that was cut down in 1890. >> how a tree cut down more than a century ago could live on for thousands of years. there is no
, breaking, two explosions in the white house and barack obama is injured. white house spokesman jay carney told reporters soon after the bogus tweet that the president was fine. the ap confirmed that its twitter account had been suspended following the hack while it works to correct the issue. >>> the dow actually turned negative after the twitter hoax. but it quickly recovered. stocks are higher today across the board with all key s&p sectors in positive territory. as you take a look right there, up 135. good day. >> looking good. >>> a bill making its way through the na could make tax-frhopping the internet a thing of the past. the proposed tax would demand that online retailers tax you. california is among states that already have similar laws and the bill is being backed by the national retail federation. they say it would make the playing field even between brick and mortar stores and their online competition. >>> sharing passwords is oh, too common when it comes to a free ride for pay per view providers like hbo and netflix but should you be worried? kpix 5 consumerwatch reporter jul
area, flags were flown at half staff today to pay respect to the bombing victims. today president obama ordered all flags at federal buildings to remain at half staff. >> now we're taking pictures and putting them up. >> and that can cripple crucial lines of communication during disaster. tonight we ask, how would your cell phone fare. >> how vandals are threatening the power supply for millions. >> you're going to need that heater coming up. if the winds die down, temperatures will go down to 35, san jose, down to 40. we are talking a warm up. find out when it gets here. >>> coming up at 6:30, how bay area students are cooking up a plan to survive our next big disaster. [ birds chirping ] [ inhales, exhales ] [ announcer ] cigarettes are not just dangerous when they're smoked. [ rat squeaking ] they're dangerous long after. cigarette butts are toxic. they release chemicals that poison our water... and harm wildlife. and millions... are polluting our environment. [ sniffing ] [ seagulls squawking ] has tested positive for the deadly >>> developing news out of washington, a letter interc
might be relevant. >> reporter: president obama vowed to find those responsible for the bombing. >> any responsible individuals, any responsible groups will feel the full weight of justice. >> reporter: white house officials say they are treating the bombings as an act of terrorism. susan mcginnis, cbs news, boston. >>> investigators are doing a thorough search of boston, as many as two unexploded bombs turned up near the end of the course and were safely disarmed. another device under a grandstand was not a bomb. one man was questioned, a saudi national spotted near the scene of the explosions right before those bombs went off. >> when the blast happened, he began to run. now, in context, a lot of people began to run, a civilian who thought this individual was acting suspiciously chased him and tackled him and turned him over to place saying i saw him over there acting suspiciously and he ran. that may mean a lot. it may mean nothing at all. >> investigators say the saudi man is being cooperative and is denying any involvement. he has not been arrested or charged. >>> here at home, tra
. >> thanks, john. >>> president obama called the attack cowardly and says investigators will uncover whoever is responsible. he will attend an interfaith service for the victims, it is being held in a cathedral less than a mile from monday's bombings. the president is expected to speak. >> condoleezza rice was secretary of state under george w. bush and served as national security advisor. thank you for joining us secretary rice. let me ask you about this. this is the first bomb attack on u.s. soil since 9/11. what is going on inside the white house. you have been there at a time like this trying to figure things out. >> yes. first let me add my voice, the condolence to the victims and their families prayers for the full recovery of those who remain. obviously in the white house, these are the most difficult of days, the president has to be at once the comforter of the country, the person who pulls the country together in difficult circumstances, the white house will be very focused on preventing the next attack. and indeed the kind of clues that john miller w
's children's hospital last week. he got a visit from first lady michelle obama last week. so big day for aaron. >>> a marin running company will hold a special run tonight in honor of those affected by the boston marathon bombings. runners wi ave from ross common park at 6:45 tonight for a 2.5-mile run wearing blue and yellow in honor of the marathon's officials colors. we'll have continuing coverage of the boston marathon bombings right here on kpix 5 and kpix.com. >>> the man accused of sending letters laced with ricin to president obama and a senator is due back in court today. paul kevin curtis denies any involvement but an fbi agent says the letters contain lines that are also on the suspect's facebook page. and indentations on the letter possibly from envelopes that were on top traced back to two of the suspects' former addresses. >>> major airports across the country have few air traffic controllers on duty today. those positions are being furloughed due to federal spending cuts. kpix 5 reporter elissa harrington is live at sfo this morning with what that means for bay area tr
of sending letters laced with ricin to president obama and a senator is due back in court today. paul kevin curtis denies any involvement but an fbi agent says the letters contain lines that are also on the suspect's facebook page. indentations on the letter possibly from envelopes that were on top trace back to two of the suspect's former addresses. >>> doctors this morning are warning temperatures to stay away from the cinnamon challenge. the dangerous stunt has been depicted online in which someone swallows a spoonful of ground cinnamon in 60 seconds. you can't have any water. doctors say doing that can lead to breathing problems and collapse a lung. at least 30 teens needed medical attention because of the stunt last year. you know, great in your cookies. oh, man. can't imagine. >> not swallowing it whole. >>> time now 5:50. it's helped make thousands of movie memories. now a bay area city is fighting to save a cultural landmark. >> legally busted. reese witherspoon makes her first comments since her shocking weekend arrest. details coming up. [ male announcer ] every day, your car take
obama vowed to find those responsible for the bombing. >> any responsible individuals, any responsible groups will feel the full weight of justice. >> reporter: white house officials say they are treating the bombings as an act of terrorism. now, the city of boston is on high alert. very, very high alert around this city as it wakes up. new york city also area of high alert around subways and certain landmarks and cities around the world are looking at security plans including sunday which has the london marathon. london marathon coming up and as for the city of boston, the governor here deval patrick said city of boston will operate today but it will not be business as usual. >> i don't expect that. susan mcginnis in boston. thank you. >>> following the explosions in boston, security was tightened around the country. at the white house the secret service shut down access to pennsylvania avenue. patrol cars blocked entry points but the white house was not on lockdown and the park across the street remains open. in new york city, a police command truck was moved to times square. securit
obama had been hurt. the dow dropped 150 points and quickly recovered. in less than 5 minutes as much as $136 billion by one estimate may have changed hands. the reason high frequency computer trading. still, it wasn't enough to put brakes on trades. >> the dow only moved down a little less than 1%. that's not big enough to hit those alarm bells and those safeguards. >> reporter: some analysts say there don't seem to be sufficient safeguards on twitter accounts which when hacked quickly distribute bad information. >> it's too easy to hackneying especially twitter. they are still relying on simple passwords. >> reporter: cnet writer and tech blogger molly woods says while twitter is protected legally it's increasingly untrustworthy. >> they have to have good content. if you can't trust what you read on twitter, they will stop reading twitter and that's a problem for their business. >> reporter: twitter declined to talk with us saying it doesn't comment on individual accounts for privacy and security reasons. the "associated press" says it's cooperating with twitter to investigate the h
is in the front and if he might be relevant. >> reporter: president obama vowed to find those responsible for the bombings. >> any responsible individuals, any responsible groups will feel the full weight of justice. >> reporter: white house officials say they are treating the bombings as an act of terrorism. cbs news, boston. >>> one video of the explosion comes from a rather unique angle, from a runner who was just about to finish the race, when the first explosion hit. that image was posted on the youtube page it came from the camera of a woman approaching the finish line. the woman's daughter posted my mom didn't finish the race but we're all safe and that's what matters. it's one of the most iconic images, a 78-year-old runner named bill ephraim out of washington state falls down right after the first explosion. >> shock waves just hit my whole body, and then my legs started jittering around. i knew i was going down, and so i ended up down on the blacktop, and i didn't feel severe pain but i rolled over and seen a little scratch on my leg but nothing too bad. i laid there momentarily
. >> reporter: on the national level, the shame on the senate call from president obama, my question is did the democrats did they throw in the towel too early on gun ban. >> absolutely. there is no way in the world they should have allowed the process of the so called don't continue to talk when you get into the filibuster, it's a don't continue to talk. the democrats should have wanted a continuation of conversation even until this day on this issue. they have only benefited from an expensive dialogue on gun control in this country. >> call these guys out. >> absolutely. call them. >> reporter: would that have worked in the public ranks or would they have had a split. >> the democrats that voted against it from states where 55% of the citizens own guns and they're up for reelection. people who gun activists are passionate about the issue. people who are not gun activists, they'll vote for someone who isn't on their side. >> there are only about 5 state as, north dakota, west virginia, arkansas. >> reporter: my question would be does harry reid and the president need their vote for other i
to president obama and a u.s. senator. police say that both letters tested positive for the deadly poison ricin. they were signed, i am kc, and i approve this message. they have been traced to a man near tupelo, mississippi. the letters were intercepted yesterday before they could reach their intended targets. >>> there was a measure that failed for more strict background checks for gun control. it was opposed by the national rifle association. the president blasted congress for killing the bill calling it a shameful day for washington. >> there were no coherent arguments as to why we wouldn't do this. it came down to politics. the worry that that vocal minority of gun owners would come after them in future elections. and so they caved to the pressure. and they started looking for an excuse, any excuse, to vote no. >> the president pinned the blame on a small minority of republican senators. however, five democrats also opposed the plan. >>> the wife of a former texas justice of the peace has been charged in connection with the murders of two district attorneys. 46-year-old kim williams is also
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